Monthly Archives: January 2013

Obituaries 01-09-2013

January 9, 2013
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Josephine Capua Retired Seamstress Josephine (Tarantino) Capua, a longtime Everett resident, died at the Massachusetts General Hospital on January 3.  She was 92 years old. Born in East Boston, she was a retired clothing industry seamstress. She was the beloved wife of the late Alfred J. Capua; dear and devoted mother of Leonard Capua...

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Massbadge and Zion Hold Successful Toy Drive for Everett

January 1, 2013
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Massbadge and Zion Hold Successful Toy Drive for Everett

On Thursday, December 20th Raoul Goncalves, of MassBadge, Bishop Brown of Zion Church, and Senator Sal DiDomenico, joined together with members of MassBadge and the Zion Church to rejoice in this year’s successful Toys for Tots drive. MassBadge, Zion, and the City of Everett continue to work cooperatively to provide wonderful services to residents,...

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Everett Man Gets Prison in Baseball Bat Attack

January 1, 2013
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An Everett man pleaded guilty yesterday to hitting a woman in the head with a Louisville Slugger baseball bat on Halloween in the North End two years ago. Carmen Picardi, 41, of Everett, pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon for the 2010 attack on a 21-year-old...

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Aldermen Pass New Rules for Public Participation

January 1, 2013
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The Board of Aldermen last week passed new rules for the public participation period, in an effort to allow the body to have guidelines for public speakers. The new rules were offered by Alderman Charles DiPerri, who said that he decided to offer guidance on public participation to aid the President of the Board...

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L. Knife Distributing Coming to Beecham Street: Mayor’s Office Says They Expect to Be Operating by March’

January 1, 2013
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The much anticipated opening of an L. Knife & Sons Distribution center on Beecham Street in Everett, appears to finally be taking shape, as Mayoral Chief of Staff Melissa Murphy told the Board of Aldermen last week that the company had closed on its purchase of a property on Beecham Street and is in...

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Former Salem Finance Director Coming to Everett

January 1, 2013
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Longtime Salem Finance Director Richard Viscay has been lured to Everett to work for Mayor Carlo DeMaria in a newly created Chief Financial Officer position. Viscay, who resigned from his post in Salem the week before Christmas, will complete his duties in Salem on January 18, 2013.  He is scheduled to begin in Everett...

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Ring out the Old…. We Wish Our Readers a Happy and Healthy 2013

January 1, 2013
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We often quote a verse from Alfred Lord Tennyson’s “Ring Out Wild Bells” when we write our annual New Year’s editorial. We write about the events that happened in the old year and discuss those that may come in the new, as well as our hopes for a better year than the year before....

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Girls Hockey Team Plays Well in 5-1 Loss

January 1, 2013
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The Everett High girls hockey team played well against one of the top teams in the Eastern Mass. Girls Ice Hockey League, but came up on the short end of a 5-1 decision at Beverly Saturday. “We knew that Beverly was going to be a very good team,” said EHS head coach Erin Reilly....

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Obituaries 01-02-2013

January 1, 2013
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Ida Shuman Active in Many Organizations Ida H. (Solomon) Shuman died on December 27. She was 887 years old. Born in Brooklyn, New York to the late Philip Solomon and Bessie (Glassman), she was a native of Revere but lived in Everett for 32 years. She was educated in Chelsea Schools, graduated from Chelsea...

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